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Dying Light: The Bozak Horde

By Marc Saltzman, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 18+

Challenging add-on boosts brutal zombie-killing gameplay.

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As Dying Light's biggest expansion to date, The Bozak Horde is a solid addition to the original game. But be forewarned: You'll likely die a lot. It's a tough but gratifying bit of DLC worth considering for the relatively modest $10 price point. Though survival is still the name of the game, this DLC puts players on the offensive in a new story (with the maniacal puppet master, Bozak) as well as a new location called Sector 0 (which is inside the infamous Harran Stadium, where the government lost the battle against the zombie virus). Players also get a new weapon -- a compound hunting bow with exploding arrows -- and a fun new trap-laden mode that compliments the original game (you can play by yourself or with up to three others online). Visually, it's the same, which isn't bad at all, and the controls feel good. Other than its difficulty, there isn't much to complain about with The Bozak Horde. Those who enjoyed hacking, slashing, shooting, and parkouring in the original action game will like what the DLC brings to the table.

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